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Elections document the will of the people, or at least the will of registered voters. On November 4th, you'll be asked to answer many questions, including who should be our next president, as well as questions at your state and local level.
Many blogs and analytical sites offer projections, comparisons to previous elections, and details about the issues and candidates themselves, including the MSN Election Guide. Those are great and important resources for informing your opinion.
But it's about the people's voice, right? And now you can search for what they're saying!
Live Search QnA represents the community's microphone and speaker, since the community asks and answers each other's questions. Links are encouraged to help prove or disprove a claim, and you can search through all the pre-existing question/answer threads over a range of topics. Michelle Slatalla, the New York Times journalist, reports on the rising phenomenon with her own recent experience in searching for (and finding) an answer to why her smoke alarms kept on beeping (answer: spider interference!).
And with the Democratic Convention finished and the Republican Convention underway, some of the most active political questions involve whether Senator Clinton's speech was sincere and supportive of Senator Obama, what people think of Senator McCain's Vice-Presidential pick, and whether the economy or national defense will be the driving factor. Whether you agree or disagree, join the community and express your opinion.
Let the community hear who you think is going to win and why!
Liam Ross, Senior Product Manager, Live Search
"On November 4th, you'll be asked to answer many questions, including who should be our next president, as well as questions at your state and local level.
Try and remember that you have a global audience will you, please? Don't insult the rest of us by pretending that we have no reason to be here.
Is the live cashback officially gone for eBay? That was the only reason why I used live.com to be honest. Market share isn't cheap, Microsoft! =)
VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT SARAH PALIN THAT WE ALL MUST KNOW WRITTEN BY A WOMAN WHO HAS KNOWN HER SINCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.
PLEASE LOG ONTO http://www.andrys.com/palin-kilkenny.html
I'm sure the Republican Party appreciates your giving prominent exposure to Obama's campaign in your screen capture.
You could have blotted out the banner.
@ sharon, this is a great article and also visited the site. I do think her (Sarah Palin)political journey has been one with diginity and respect. But it's a much bigger scene than that in alaska.
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